Monthly Archives: September 2018

A delegation of German Medical Technology companies will be visiting San Diego from September 24th  to 27th,  2018. Germany Trade & Invest, the economic development agency of Germany, cordially extends an invitation to a networking reception and panel discussion as part of a Medical Technology German Delegation visit to San Diego on the evening of […]

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Cross-Border Consulting

San Diego State University, Center for International Business Education and Research (SDSU CIBER) is a national center of excellence funded in part by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education. One of 17 centers nationwide located in the Fowler College of Business, SDSU CIBER assists in linking work force and information needs of U.S. […]

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The Embassy of the Netherlands extends invites you to attend their innovation summit on Thin Film Solar Technology. The event will take place October 5th in Boston and October 8th in San Francisco, and will discuss how increased solar efficiencies and new technologies are driving innovation in solar energy production, and learn about how business […]

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The Chamber has partnered with the European Union and the San Diego World Trade Center to host a special luncheon conversation featuring the European Union’s Minister Counselor for Economic Affairs, Moreno Bertoldi, and Financial Counselor Antoine Begasse. Coming off European growth rates that hit a 10-year high, what is next for the European economy? Despite […]

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Please save the date for the Chamber’s upcoming Cross-Border Business Forum taking place Thursday, October 17th, 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. at Club de Empresarios in Tijuana. Ranked 4th in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s 2017 Innovation That Matters Report for best startup cities, San Diego could become the “Silicon Valley” of Southern California thanks to […]

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The Border Trade Alliance (BTA) and its sister organization, BTA Mexico, brought together trade authorities and elected officials from both sides of the border to engage in a conversation on trade and security. The annual joint meeting took place earlier this month in Mexico City and covered key issues for the U.S.-Mexico border region including […]

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On August 27, 2018, the U.S. and Mexico reached a tentative trade agreement which updates several chapters from the original NAFTA as well as new chapters addressing various industry sectors and small businesses. Meanwhile, negotiations with Canada continue. The Chamber, along with business organizations across the country, continue to urge all parties to work towards […]

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Partnering with entities in Mexico, Canada, and within the United States, the Border Trade Alliance is a nonprofit organization that promotes public policy and private sector initiatives that facilitate cross-border trade and commerce through advocacy efforts, education, research and analysis, and strategic planning. Chamber VP of International Business Affairs, Paola Avila, currently serves as Chair […]

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Earlier this month, the Tijuana International Air Cargo and Logistics Park (Matrix) was inaugurated. Adjacent to the Tijuana Airport, the park will facilitate the development of cross-border commerce between Mexico, Asia-Pacific, and Latin America while further elevating our region’s global competitiveness. Cali-Baja’s reliance on trucks for the transportation of goods causes heavy congestion at our […]

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On September 5th, the Chamber hosted a Good Government Speaker Series featuring the Director of Baja California’s State Commission of Public Services in Tijuana, German Lizola. The event provided an opportunity to learn about the Commission’s efforts to prevent sewage spills into the Tijuana River Watershed and improve Tijuana and Rosarito’s sewage and sanitation systems. […]

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